Change in momentum


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Chipa Thomas Maimela‘s insight:

A rubber ball of mass 0,8 kg is dropped and strikes the floor with an initial velocity of 6 m·s−1. It bounces back with a final velocity of 4 m·s−1. Calculate the change in the momentum of the rubber ball caused by the floor.

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